WHO WE ARE
We are a world class team of clinicians, neuropsychologist, neuroscientists, computer scientists and biomedical engineers working to tackle unsolved and ever present problems to enhance important aspects of our society's quality of living.
BroadSense strives to develop methods and algorithms for novel bio-markers to quantify the performance of the brain and body. Our products have many applications: drug development assesment, commercial neuromarketing, and personal mental and physical performance assesment.
The Most Thorough EEG/ERP/QEEG Processing Pipeline
Our team of experts can help you from setting up an EEG/ERP/QEEG lab for both clinical and educational purposes to cleaning, processing and interpreting electrophysiological data. We provide a Full Quantitative EEG (QEEG) analysis, interpretation and comprehensive report.
We provide consulting and collaboration with research centers and organizations developing bio-markers using brain signaling (EEG, MEG, ERP) and behavioral data.
With over 15 years of combined electrophysiology training, experience, and expertise, we provide the most specialized and refined electrophysiological data analysis services. We strive to develop methods and algorithms for novel brain signal processing and bio-markers to quantify the performance of the brain and body.
Our unique formulate DSSD (Decision Support System Design) based on clinical data quantifies the progress of treatment and reports results to clinicians, patients, pharmaceutical & insurance companies.
10982 - Roebling Avenue
-Suite 346 Los Angeles - CA 90024
Tel: (310) 490-1808
Iman Reza-Zadeh, Ph.D.
Iman recieved his Ph.D in Biomedical Engineering with a focus in Brain-Computer Interaction followed by a postdoctoral fellowship at the Center for Mind and Brain at University of California, Davis. Iman worked on an NIH multi-site fellowship in neuroscience at the University of California, Los Angeles' Semel Institute of Neuroscience. In total, he has published more than 60 scholarly articles in peer-reviewed journals and conferences.
Iman's specialty is sensory processing, brain connectivity, multi-sensory integration, and inter-hemispheric communications, especially in children with autism spectrum disorders (ASDs). In his research, he uses sensitive behavioral measures, eye tracking, and dense channel array event-related potentials to investigate possible deficits in these low-level processes which likely contribute to the complex phenotype of autism. Iman is also an expert and leading researcher on developing new methods and models to study and classify brain connectivity patterns and using virtual reality for motor and socio-emotional learning and rehabilitation.
Nima is a University of Virginia graduate from the Washington D.C. area specializing in mobile application development. His background includes technical work in IT and creative work in graphic design. His goal is to develop engaging and helpful Android and other platform apps that will provide value to all types of users
Chantelle earned a degree in Psychology at the University of Washington with a focus and thesis on the electrophysiological correlates of how the brain processes rewarding information and the implications on motor, social and cognitive processes. She now works for the University of California, Los Angeles in the department of psychiatry where her work encompasses both clinical patient duties and EEG recordings and analysis. Her work examines the neural correlates of the cognitive and social deficits in individuals with OCD, Anxiety, ADHD, Emotion Dysregulation and Schizophrenia. Her work has been presented at numerous research conferences and published in peer-reviewed journals.
Her primary interests continue to focus on the identification of neurobiological mechanisms that underly the abnormal cognitive and emotional processes within clinical populations. She hopes this information can be used for improved novel and individualized treatment to increase social, physical, cognitive and overall life functioning.
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